This article is written by a self-diagnosed Autistic female-presenting person in the form of a letter to the psychiatrist who found her too ‘high-functioning’ to be on the Autism spectrum, and is the first in our series of neurodivergent voices.
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There is a term for what happens when service providers unintentionally do harm to the people seeking their help: Sanctuary Trauma.
Significant changes made to the Neurodevelopmental Disorder section in the DSM-V combined a number of diagnoses into these six categories.
If you want to explore questions you have about getting a diagnosis and being neurodivergent, you’ve come to the right place.
Could your social difficulties at school or work or in your personal life have more to do with your brain and nervous system than your personality and upbringing?
At Scattergram, we understand the intersection of Neurodiversity and Sex and Gender Diversity, we’d love to help you connect the dots of your identity.